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Did you or your kids watch "The Facts of Life" TV show? It was a show about a group of teenage girls at a boarding school who learn many of life's lessons and go through adolescent struggles under the guidance of their loving housemother "Mrs. G." While it was a...read more
I define devotion rather broadly. Devotions involves practicing the presence of God with the Word of God. Some of you know that "practicing the presence of God" is the language of Brother Lawrence, a 17th century monk from France. He believed he could worship...read more
Originally posted on the Faith Formation Learning Exchange blog. Slightly edited here. There are a lot of ways to incorporate digital tools into church ministries. One effective way I’ve been using digital media is to develop online make-up sessions for church members...read more
Raise your hand if you've never heard something like this, "Parents are the primary educators in the faith." Don't see any hands going up. Raise your hand if you think Sunday School, all by itself, is working. Still don't see any hands. Odd, isn't it, that we all know...read more
I used to experience the sacred in life primarily through congregational settings - particularly worship. But as I’ve become older and hopefully wiser, I find the sacred in every aspect of daily life. For me, home is church too, and home life is holy ground. My...read more
Every once in a while, I find a wonderful resource. This one happens to be for PARENTING, and I'd encourage you to connect any parents that you know with it. I found it thanks to a Luther Seminary student friend who LIKED them on Facebook. Since she did, I did too. ...read more